What is PDF?
PDF (Portable Document Format) is a type of file just like a word document or excel spread sheet however it has been optimised for sending over the internet. In order to view PDF files, such as the past issues of Quedgeley News you required to have downloaded and installed Adobe Acrobat Reader (this only ever needs to be done once). For more information on PDF files vist the adobe website.
How do I Get Acrobat Reader?
In order to view PDF files you are required to downloaded and installed Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can do this by visiting the Adobe web site at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html. This only ever needs to be done once.
My web browser seems to hang?
Although PDF files are comparatively small to other types, the editions of Quedgeley News still may take a while to open depending on the speed of your internet connection. During the time while the file is opening it may display some of the first few page. Please be patient.
The PDF file will not open?
If you are prompted to choose a program to open the file with it is likely that you have not installed adobe acrobat. To resolve this view the adobe website to download and install adobe acrobat then try and re open the file.
How long should it take to Download PDF Files?
PDF files will take different amounts of time depending on the size of the file you wish to download/open and the speed of your connection. A typical back issue of Quedgeley news is between 1mb and 3mb in size, hence it may take some time.